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Bullying and the Right to be Forgotten: A Right to End Victimization – Meg Leta Ambrose

«A right to be forgotten may provide hope for the victims of cyberbullying. The notion that you do not have to be that victim forever – the Internet will loosen its shackles eventually – offers hope for self-determination. In this case, however, the right to be forgotten is just one of many legal tools that may have helped Amanda regain control of that regretful image. Bullying content can often be removed for a number of reasons including violations of terms of service, child pornography laws, copyright ownership, and cyber-bullying and cyber-stalking laws (Canadian laws).»

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